The Badischer Kunstverein presents the first comprehensive exhibition in Germany devoted to the work of the artist and researcher Åsa Sonjasdotter. Sonjasdotter’s work is situated in the intersection of artistic research, ecological justice, feminism, and activist engagement in agriculture. Since the 2000s, she has been engaged in the re-
International ongoing exhibitions
 Collage: Mercè Torres Ràfols and Åsa Sonjasdotter, made of archival material, National Folklore Collection, University College, Dublin, 2023. © Mercè Torres Ràfols and Åsa Sonjasdotter.  Marta Rodríguez and Jorge Silva, Amor, mujeres y flores, 1989. In Das Land denen. Photo: Jorge Silva and Fundación Cine Documental.
Using film, photography and archival materials, Sonjasdotter traces the migratory movements of crops and re-
Curated by Anja Casser.
Das Land denen
George Clark, Jörg Gfrörer & Wolfgang Jung & Walter Krieg, Elke Marhöfer, Marta Rodríguez & Jorge Silva, Bárbara Wagner & Benjamin de Burca
The exhibition Das Land denen presents five documentary and artistic films in the atrium of the Badischer Kunstverein as well as at the intercultural project space COLA TAXI OKAY, all of which deal with the social, economic and ecological conditions of farming in a variety of ways. The selection of international films also addresses struggles around land rights and decolonization, and reflects upon image politics and narratives that are inscribed in landscapes and farming traditions, as well as in the film medium.
Die Enteignung by Jörg Gfrörer, Wolfgang Jung and Walter Krieg, produced in 1975 at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (dffb), explores the impact of the industrialization of agriculture on part-
Also focusing on practices of self-
Curated by Florian Wüst.
Exhibition 06 October -
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